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EuroClio recently joined forces with the National Committee of Russian Historians in co-organising the 1st World Congress of School History Teachers. The Congress, which took place in Moscow 4-7 October, brought together more than 300 history teachers from around the world to discuss both thematic and methodological issues of history education. EuroClio’s Secretariat staff and several Board members were present as either participants or workshop hosts at all Congress sessions. Read on for our three key takeaways from our stay in Moscow -> 
EuroClio is pleased to launch the Sharing European Histories online self-guided course taking place from 18 November - 16 December.  The course will consist of five Recorded Sessions and three Live Reflection Sessions. During the 30-minute Recorded Sessions, experts will guide viewers through a lesson plan specifically designed using each of the five teaching strategies which were developed as part of the Sharing European Histories project. The Live Reflection Sessions will provide the perfect opportunity to meet with the authors of the strategies!
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The Evolution of Fake News - from The House of European History's ongoing Fake For Real exhibition 
Join our current webinar series Fake & Real, organised in collaboration with the House of European History and their exhibition Fake For Real: A history of forgery and falsification

Workshop highlight 17 November: The use of media in manipulation 
Join Museum Educator Laurence Bragard and discover the educational programme of the House of European History, including ready-to-use exercises to teach media literacy. 

The webinar series will continue with weekly sessions until 1st December. More info ->

Our webinar series is free of charge and we extend a sincere thanks to our individual members for their financial support. Join us!
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EuroClio and Europeana are pleased to announce a new webinar series for users of Historiana - our online portal with free lesson plans, source collections and eLearning builder.  The webinar series will make use of content from the Europeana Collections and present related eLearning Activities. First up: Coffee as a Global Commodity on 7 December with EuroClio Ambassador Helen Snelson.
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Developed as part of our Histories that Connect - Sri Lanka initiative, the online workshop The Power of Song will showcase examples from both Europe and South Asia and give educators concrete ideas for engaging with students through song and music. Register for the event on 11 November 13:30 CET -> 

We are looking for enthusiastic team members from Czechia, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia to design and develop 8 ready-to-use Online Learning Activities as part of a new project on online teaching and the history of the socialist period in Central Europe. Explore the Call for Authors on our website -> 
Association news
The goal of EuroClio's latest project is to enable young people to gain a deeper understanding of the roots of discrimination in the present by researching the victims of National Socialists. To achieve this, we will design, develop, and test local youth-empowered history projects around the key question “Who were the victims of the National Socialists?” in six countries. This will be done by an interdisciplinary cross-border team of history educators, specialists in the history of National Socialism, and museum educators in close cooperation with youth and community members.

The project is supported as part of the Education Agenda NS-Injustice, an initiative of the German Federal Ministry of Finance and the EVZ Foundation in response to the worrying increase in antisemitism, antigypsyism, racism and LGBTQI hostility. Read more on our website and stay tuned for how you can get involved! -> 
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